2 Hr Mountain Atmosphere – PanPastel workshop

On Registration closing, I will send you login details and Zoom details
Virtual Event
 – 2021- Mon 1st March  9am London UK

Virtual Event – 2021- Mon 1st March 3pm  London UK
FEE: £15 

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This 2 hour-long Live Zoom Paint Along includes instruction, demonstration, and question + answer time.  It is all about Mountain Atmosphere, It will give you a good incite in how I use PanPastel and how to make clean, positive, meaningful marks keeping the wonderful transparency of the medium. You will learn how to use Pastel with Pans in positive way to create great Mark Making.

ALL my PAINT ALONGS are suitable for anyone joining in any medium. Your own interpretation of my instruction will be needed as I will be using different medium and materials. But the instruction regarding learning to paint remains the same in all mediums.

We will also cover Composition, Values, Colour Temperatures, Recession, Depth of Field and Movement.

Students will need, for each class:

  • Students will need  1 sheet of grey Pastelmat or similar
    Click here for source
  • Printouts of the attached reference material. (sent to registered students)
  • 3 x Sofft wedge shaped sponges
  • 1 x Sofft knife and a few square covers

A Good source of materials from Jacksons Art London Click Here

PanPastel Colours

  • Phthalo Blue Extra dark 560.1
  • Permanent Red340.5
  • Magenta Extra dark 430.1
  • Orange 280.5
  • Orange Tint 280.8
  • White 100.5
  • Phthalo Blue 560.5
  • Neutral Grey 820.5
  • Ultramarine Blue Tint 620.8
    Violet Extra Dark 470.1
  • Black 800.5 - not essential
  • Dairylide Yellow Tint 250.8
  • Phthalo Green Extra dark 620.1

My 20 Set of PanPastels From Jackson Art London Click Here
My 10 Set of PanPastels From Jackson Art London Click Here

Pastel Colours

  • Soft warm Light Yellow
  • A light Peach colour
  • A few greys
  • Dark Prussian Blue A49 Unison range
  • Burnt Sienna
  • Raw Umber
  • A few Green Greys
  • Black - preferably a Conte Crayon